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Justin Warshawsky on Total Recall: Dream or Not A Dream? Let’s Settle This Once And For All

Although not perfect, I think the filmmakers did a great job. Remember Dr. Edgemar started sweating after Quaid… more

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Sarah Goodwich on Total Recall: Dream or Not A Dream? Let’s Settle This Once And For All

True, maybe they tried to make it ambiguous; but they didn’t do a very good job, if they say that the ego-trip… more

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Sarah Goodwich on Total Recall: Dream or Not A Dream? Let’s Settle This Once And For All

Or the fact that he THINKS he sees her on the screen, from the other pictures that just look similar, shows the… more

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Sarah Goodwich on Total Recall: Dream or Not A Dream? Let’s Settle This Once And For All

“The human brain cannot dream a face its never seen before”
Of course it can, artists do it all the time. Besides,… more

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Sarah Goodwich on Total Recall: Dream or Not A Dream? Let’s Settle This Once And For All

Or things he dreamed about BEING, since he hated his life. And the Rekall people mentioned the things in the ego-trip… more

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Sarah Goodwich on Total Recall: Dream or Not A Dream? Let’s Settle This Once And For All

Apparently the movie-plot (or Quaid’s hallucination) was that Hauser and Melina knew each other from before Hauser… more

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Sarah Goodwich on Total Recall: Dream or Not A Dream? Let’s Settle This Once And For All

The “plausible explanation” for the instant atmosphere, would be that it was obviously just a fantasy, and didn’t… more

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Sarah Goodwich on Total Recall: Dream or Not A Dream? Let’s Settle This Once And For All

That was not a “mysterious man,” that was the chief doctor from the Rekall commercial, from where Quaid got the… more

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Sarah Goodwich on Total Recall: Dream or Not A Dream? Let’s Settle This Once And For All

Actually the “All a Dream” option would be that Quaid is never IN a cab; he’s taken to a hospital, and the chief… more

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The Freedom of Other Worlds

We read and analyze three of this week’s comics, which all have something to say on the subject of alternate timelines and parallel universes. Featuring Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Spider-Man, and Back to the Future!